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Anambra Assembly Commend Soludo On Construction Of Oyeagu-Abagana-Nimo Road

Anambra State House of Assembly commends Governor Chukwuma Soludo
on the construction of Oyeagu-Abagana-Nimo road.

The Deputy Majority Leader of the 8th assembly Hon. Jude Akpua the sponsor of the motion while leading the debate stated that the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as amended entrust the State with the responsibility of providing adequate facilities so as to encourage free mobility of people, goods and services throughout the federation.

Hon. Akpua who is the member representing Njikoka two constituency in his presentation maintained that the construction of the Oyeagu-Abagana-Nimo road was awarded by the administration of Prof. Chukwuma Soludo in line with keeping to his campaign promises to the people of Njideka two and Umuowele in particular.

The lawmaker while commending Governor Soludo for his intervention revealed that the road has been neglected by previous administrations in Anambra State.

” The Oyeagu-Abagana-Nimo road when completed will improve connectivity of towns and foster economic well-being of the people of the area. The said road is on the verge of near completion and will be commissioned in duo time.

” The road is 90 percent completed and has economic importance in Anambra State and connects various communities.
My constituents are rejoicing and happy.

“Governor Chukwuma Soludo is setting a standard. He is dynamic and prudent and has restore the hope and confidence of ndi-Anambra”. Akpua said.

Majority Leader Hon. Ikenna Ofodeme (Ekwusigo constituency), Hon. Chidiebere Ibemeka (Njikoka One Constituency),  Hon. Emma Nwafor (Orumba South Constituency) Hon. Patrick Obalum-Udoba (Anambra West) and  Hon. Fred Ezenwa (Onitsha South one) in their separate submission said Governor Soludo is a man of his words.

” The construction of the road was solidly done with good drainage system to control ecological disaster within that area.

” There have been complains of flood before now which has sacked many people in their ancestoral homes but with the construction of this road, all this issues will be a thing of the past”. The lawmakers said

Angel Network News (ANN) reports that Anambra Assembly Speaker Rt Hon. Somtochukwu Udeze who presided plenary adjurned the sitting for the House to reconvene on Wednesday June 12th 2024.


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